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Seif1993

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  1. Hello, I read on another thread, https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/688212/another-360-safe-popup-issue-on-every-reboot/page-3 , that upgrading to Windows 10 1809 solved the issue for the OP. I decided to upgrade from 1803 to 1809 and the pop-up has not appeared in the past two reboots. Feels too good to be true to be honest....
  2. Is there an explanation as to why the pop-up, along with it's temp files, do not appear post starting up my PC from a long period of it being shut down?
  3. I upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1. SETB9F4.zip
  4. Please ignore my last comment, I researched and understood what needs to be done. UnsignedFiles.txt UnsignedFilesSysWOW64.txt
  5. Hello, I am not quite sure what you mean by "change directory to C:\Admin\Utils\Sysinternals from an elevated admin command prompt". I created the folder C:\Admin\Utils\Sysinternals and extracted all the Sysinternals Utilities from the download to that folder. Not sure what I need to do with regards to changing the directory.
  6. Appreciate the detailed explanation. Just to add to that, the pop-up also does not appear in safe mode with networking on, and in normal mode with internet disabled. MyScheduledTasks.txt
  7. I've uninstalled my iObit softwares before and it made no difference. I've had these programs for years now and never had an issue. I have around 5 iObit related softwares so uninstalling them once again would be tedious and it hasn't solved the issue before. There is a similar thread over on BleepingComputer, https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/687511/360-safe-popup-after-reboot/page-5; in the last comment the OP explained that he was able to edit the host file which prevented the pop-up from happening. I am not quite sure what that means, can you care to explain?
  8. Pop-up appeared post reboot. Once again, when the PC was shut for several hours, it did not appear on startup. Fixlog.txt
  9. Once again, I left my PC shut off for around 8 hours and after powering it back on, the pop-up did not appear.
  10. Hello Ron, appreciate your time and effort into helping me resolve this issue. The logs requested are attached. The scans were all run with the pop-up present and .tmp files not deleted. SHELBY.zip MalbytesLog.txt AdwCleanerLog.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  11. Yeah my younger brother had this genius idea of downloading a file from a piracy website which came with this AutoKMS thing, my windows and office are already activated... It is exactly AutoKMS spico which caused this pop-up.
  12. The scan was run with the pop-up open and .tmp files present. Most of the results were files and folders that existed on my PC way before this pop-up issue ever occurred. SUPERAntiSpyware Scan Log - 12-15-2018 - 00-50-16.log
  13. I am not aware of the default PW and ID at the moment. I did a router reset a few months back and ended up having my ISP's technician come out because of the weird protocols that they have when setting up a router. I would rather keep that as a last ditch effort. Is there a way to isolate services that are internet dependent?
  14. Also, right before the popup appears I can see my mouse flickering indicating that there is a process going on which is then followed up by the pop up appearing.
  15. Resetting the router would not be ideal for me as ill have to call out a tech from my ISP to do the initial setup. I flushed the DNS and changed to Google's DNS and still got the pop-up on reboot. Is there a way to isolate services that are internet dependent? It would narrow down our search by quite abit.
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